Navya-Nyaya Workshop Experiences of three participants: Saurabh Jha (Bihar), Piu Mukherjee (West Bengal), and Ritoo Antil (Delhi). The workshop on Navya-Nyaya Language and Methodology, was conducted by Vidyavatika, Rishi Rina Trust in Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, from 23rd to 31st December, 2019
We have been conditioned to look at emotions such as anger and other disowned ‘not so nice’ parts as ‘weaknesses’ and ‘bad’. But Mahabharata has a lesson for all of us. It was not until Arjuna embraced his feminine side or Bheema owned up to his lust and greed that they could fulfil their dharmic duties as great warriors.
Brief excerpt from Saket Suryesh’s upcoming The Revolutionary: Autobiography of Ram Prasad Bismil being published by Indic Academy.
Mayuresh Didolkar shares his experiences with the Himalayan Writing Retreat with Chetan Mahajan and Manjula Padmanabhan.
Like almost everything else in the Mahabharata, Kalayavana’s story also is a fascinating mix of human emotions and ego, boons, and unintended consequences. Abhinav Agarwal talks about a fresh perspective on the story.
Shrimad Valmiki Ramayana By Gudiya Sambhrama -The Temple Festival 2020 (January 25th to February 29th, 2020) Ramayana is itihaasa which means (iti haa asa) – thus it was. It is a…
Over time, I have come across criticism of Rama from various angles and by various groups. The feminists unleash their hatred on Ramachandra quite often because they feel he was…
‘Classification of Dharma’ is the third part of a series of articles on Hinduism.
Chandrahas Halai shows the universal applicability of mathematics with a culinary illustration from Bhaskaracharya’s Lilavati.
The story from Gautami Mahatmya of Brahmapurana narrates what happened to King Dasharatha due to the sin of brahmahatya, and how he was freed from the same.